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A perfect, simple travel kit. Contains:
How long can I use the mask and sanitizer for?
If you use it every day, it can last for about a month!
You are exposed to virus, pathogens and , bringing along a travel kit can help you take steps to keep your hands clean and face masked.
A general rule of thumb? Wipe down all surfaces with disinfectant before touching them, and apply hand sanitizer frequently. Wherever possible, wash your hands with soap and water.
What to pack in your travel kit?
Your travel kit should contain the following hygiene products recommended by health experts like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
Hand sanitizer. To kill germs on the go and reduce the risk of spreading bacteria, carry hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. But wash your hands with soap and water whenever possible.
New trend: Non-alcohol hand sanitizer. All alcohol based hand sanitizers over 65% present difficulties in travelling via airplanes. They are flammable and easily ignite under low temperate, hence they are classified as Hazardous Goods. Use alcohol free sanitizer when you are taking a flight.
Antibacterial sprays for every surface. Experts say COVID-19 is mainly spread by person-to-person contact. But US government studies show it can also live on surfaces. According to the CDC, wiping down surfaces with a household cleaning spray or wipe can help reduce the chance of transmission. Be sure to wipe down any surfaces you touch while traveling, including seats, seat belts, armrests, doorknobs, handles and more.
Alcohol based sanitizers can destroy the touch and audio function of electronics. Replace it with alcohol free sanitizers.
Why Pocket Spray? A 3-in-1 spray that kills 99.99% bacteria and viruses on your mask, hand and electronic devices (e.g. phones). Travel with ease.
How to disinfect your mask? Spray the outer area of the mask, then air dry it. Ready to be reuse!
How to disinfect your electronics? Spray on the screen of your device (phone/ iPad/ remote control/ computer), wipe with a microfiber cloth or a tissue.